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rudy giuliani hitting the campaign trail for governor romney in ohio today. he joins us from cincinnati. nice to see you, mr. mayor. >> nice to see you, greta, how are you? >> very well. before we get to your statements just a second ago and looks like you are not taking any prisoners on that. you were at a rally tonight for the governor. i'm curious who else was there and how many people. did you you get a look at the crowd? >> 30 to 35,000. there for three, three and a half hours in kind of cold weather. didn't bother them at all. just about every republican you can think of was here. john mccain. john kasich the governor, senator portman, senator graham. republicans from all over the country. they are all going to leave here and fan out over the country in support of mitt romney. i will be in wisconsin tomorrow. florida the next day. maybe pennsylvania. they are going to probably decide that as we move along. but the idea was all of the supporters here tonight supporting mitt romney and paul ryan and starting tomorrow morning they will all be in the different parts of the country pro
struggling because of the superstorm. you just heard from new york city mayor ed koch. rudy giuliani was on the kudlow report last night and here is what he said. >> they wanted to cancel the marathon in 2001 and i said the heck with that, we're going to have a marathon and we're going to show that new york city is the most resilient sti in the world. i support the mayor in doing that. i think he's making the right decision. >> let's welcome in jeff sonnenfeld, dean for executive programs at the yale school of 3457kment. good to have you back on "halftime." from a leadership standpoint, you have everything from the way the city is dealing with the recovery effort from the hurricane, you have the whole marathon story unfolding as well. what does it say about the job of leadership and how it's been done over this past week? not to mention the power companies and then the ceos there who are under the gun to get the lights back on. >> well, you know, you can be sympathetic with the ceos and the power companies. surely they're doing their best and i'm not taking your easiest question firs
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